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Iran's President Says Talks Are Possible If U.S. Rejoins Nuclear Deal

Newsy Monday, 17 February 2020
Iran's President Says Talks Are Possible If U.S. Rejoins Nuclear DealWatch VideoIranian President Hassan Rouhani said the country would be willing to meet with the U.S. if it recommits to the 2015 nuclear deal, saying it "will never negotiate under pressure" or "from a position of weakness."

During a news conference on Sunday, Rouhani said the U.S. can "sit at the negotiating table ... like...
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Rouhani said the U.S. can "sit at the negotiating table ... like before" once it lifts sanctions and resumes commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal.

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